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Oh Crap! Britain's Most Haunted Village with 15 Ghosts & Chilling Nightly Screams

Britain's Most Haunted Village with 15 Horrifying Ghosts and Chilling Nightly Screams

Pluckely in Kent is said to be the UK's most haunted village with a whopping 15 ghosts and ghouls roaming the picturesque place


Daily Mirror UK, 19 MAY 2020




Pluckley in Kent is the UK's most haunted village (Image: Ghosthuntevents.co.uk)


It appears to be a perfectly quaint English village, nestled in the Kent countryside - but after dark Pluckley is a VERY different place.
With just 1,000 residents the tiny village is a mix of adorable cottages and picturesque country homes.

The parish church dates back more than 600 years and the village is such a perfect picture of an English village it was even the setting of The Darling Buds of May, starring David Jason and Catherine Zeta Jones.

But despite its chocolate box appearance, Pluckley hides a very distrubing secret - it's the most haunted village in Britain.

The tiny village is said to be home to a whopping 15 ghosts and one of its woodlands has even been dubbed the Screaming Woods, which the very brave can camp in.

From ghostly horse-drawn coaches, to hanging bodies and screams of agony from a dying man to a grieving mother haunting a graveyard, the village has been plagued by strange sightings for years.

Here's a look at some of the spookiest goings on from Pluckley.




Pluckley in Kent is said to be the most haunted village in Britain (Image: Google)


1. Highway man hauntings

With a name like Fright Corner, it's unsurprising this road in Pluckley is the site of one of the ghosts who is said to regularly appear.

It's believed a highway man was killed here in the 18th century.

It's claimed he got into a fight with those in charge of keeping the peace in the village.

They pinned him to an oak tree with a sword and it's said their sword fight is re-enacted - always with the same consequence.


2. Don't go into the woods

It might look like the perfect place for a sedate country stroll but there are reports that Dicky Buss's Lane is anything but.

Named after a miller, there are claims the corpse of a teacher who hanged himself have been seen.

He is said to have take his own life following World War One and his body was found by Dicky, the miller the lane is named after, several weeks later.




Walking in the woods in a risky business in Pluckley (Image: Google)


3. Screams of agony

There can be few deaths as horrific as being crushed to death by a wall of clay but for one unlucky brickworker in Pluckley, that's how he met his gruesome end.

People claim to be able to hear still hear his screams of agony from the site of the brickworks.


4. Haunted horses

The sound of ghostly horses hooves would definitely chill the blood - and people living in Pluckley have to put up with these regularly.

Visions of a horse drawn carriage, along with the clip clop of horses hooves, haunt Maltman's Hill, according to locals.

A babysitter even reported seeing the coach as if it was real, with light pouring from its windows as horses pulled it along the street.

And back in 1997 one driver almost crashed when they heard the clatter of hooves on cobbles on a tarmac road.




This windmill is said to be haunted by its former owner


5. Red lady in the grave yard

Few places are spookier than a cemetery, and Pluckley's is even more terrifying than most.

Lady Dering was buried in the graveyard of the local church, St Nicholas, in the 1100s in a coffin made of lead with a red rose place on top of her final resting place.

There have been sightings of her, now known as the red lady after her rose, wandering the grave yard and wailing while she searches for the grave of her stillborn baby.


6. Menacing monk

A house named Greystones was always going to be imposing and threatening - and this one has its own ghostly monk for good measure.

The house was originally built in 1863 and was called Rectory Cottage as it was the home of the rector of St Nicholas Church nearby.

Nowadays its most famous resident is said to be the ghost of a monk. However, since it was remaned Greystones, the monk seems to have hidden himself as there have been no reports of unusual activity.




Greystones has its very own ghost of a monk


7. Gypsy ghost


Pinock Bridge is the perfect spot to sit awhile and take in the stunning surroundings - whether you're alive or dead.

The bridge is said to be haunted by a gypsy woman, who made her living selling the watercress she collected from the stream below.

She has been spotted sitting on the bridge and smoking a pipe. It's believed to be the spot where she lost her life after being accidentally burned to death.

The woman appears as a misty figure, who never speaks - simply sits there smoking her pipe.


8. Pub ghouls

The atmospheric pub The Blacksmith's Arms boasts not one, but three, ghosts.

Previously called both The Spectre's Arms and The Ghost's Arms because there have been so many hauntings, strange things are still going on behind its walls to this day.

Among the figures who hve been sighted in the pub there are a Tudor maid, a coachman who gazes longingly at the fire in the public bar and a Cavalier wandering around the upstairs rooms.




The graveyard at St Nicholas Church


9. Misty miller


Richard 'Dicky' Buss, who had a lane (which is obviously also haunted) was a well known figure in the village last century.

He was a miller and is said to now haunt the village's, now ruined and abandoned, windmill, The Pinnocks.

Dicky closed his mill in 1930 and nine years later is was destroyed in a storm when it was struck by lightning.

However, it seems Dicky has unfinished business and his spirit is said to still haunt the windmill.

He is normally spotted just before a thunderstorm hits.


10. Thieving spirits

The Blacksmith's Arms isn't the only haunted pub in Pluckley - the Black Horse also has its fair share of ghosts.

However, they're a shy set of spirits in this boozer and while they are cheeky, they've never actually been seen.

The pub, which used to be a farmhouse belonging to the local bailiff and was surrounded by a moat, is famous for things magically disappearing from right in front of people

But it seems these ghosts have a conscience because a few days after items disappear, they turn up again.



A gypsy woman is said to haunt a bridge over this stream (Image: Google)


11. The white lady

St Nicholas makes its third appearance in the list with a lady in white said to stalk both the church and the library of her old family home, Surrenden Dering.

The grand house was destroyed in a blaze in 1952 but her spirit was reportedly seen by staff from the US Embassy, who used to property as a base between World War One and Two.

One employee even held an all night vigil one Christmas Eve and when the lady in white appeared in front of him, he shot her ghost with his rifle.


12. Suicidal colonel

The second man who took his own life in Pluckley is a colonel who hanged himself in Park Wood.

He has been spotted wandering among the trees, even though much of the area has been cleared, his spirit still seems to remain.


13. Poisonous end

Rose Court looks like the perfect, quaint English village home.
The house is 250 years old - but hides a very dark past.

It mistress is said to have taken her own life by eating a handful of poisonous berries.


14. Haunted hunting lodge

If you thought two haunted pubs in one village was enough, you've definitely never visited Pluckley.

The Derring Arms used to be a hunting lodge and is said to be home to the ghost of a woman wearing a bonnet.

She has been seen by many customers and her figure is so clear, she's even been mistaken for a real drinker.


15. Screaming Woods

Finally, there's the chillingly named Screaming Woods.

The site has become a real tourist trap with brave souls even choosing to spend the night camping beneath the canopy of trees.

There have been numerous reports of the sounds of screaming men and women being heard after dark.

They're said to be the sounds of those who died while lost in he misty woods.

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